Running out the door, a few minutes late and you can’t seem to find your keys? #@%! Is this you? Sounds like you may be in the market for an upcycled solution. Enter the door knob key rack, a cool and clever place to store your keys. This project comes together quickly with only a few materials needed. So what are you waiting for? Give those keys a home!
Do you have a wire box that looks like this one? Chances are if you’ve ever put a couple of wires in a box and so much as turned around, then you have. What is it about wires that is so innately messy? While we may not have the answer to that, we sure know how to tackle wire box organization using a clever upcycled solution.
These gorgeous vintage suitcase shelves come via Ki Nassauer. Ki is the queen of vintage and has made a career out of junk. As the editor-in-chief of Flea Market Style magazine, Ki created these shelves using discarded suitcases. We absolutely love this look and think these suitcase shelves make for an awesome project! Keep reading for the instructions on how to make your own.
Attention gas and petroliana fans, the humble jerry can has now been upcycled! Presenting you with jerry can luggage, the ultimate traveling accessory.
From the moment we first laid eyes on record bowls we were intrigued. These babies have it all: reusability, retro feel and straight up style. We had to find out how to make them. It turns out record bowls are super easy to make. If you have a music aficionado on your Christmas list, or anyone who loves funky cool decor, take note.
We love this mason jar sewing kit with its homemade pincushion top. And with the holidays coming up we’re starting to think about DIY upcycled gifts. Got a sewing buff on your list? Make them a retro mason jar sewing kit!
Sometimes you just need clever closet solutions. We’ve all been there, you find a great place, room, apartment but the closet is sorely lacking. What to do? No closet? No problem. Here are some of our favourite upcycled closet solutions.
We go through a lot of cereal boxes at UT headquarters. And ever since our post on cereal box notebooks we’ve been looking at them a little differently. What else can be made with this handy and readily available material? How about some handy stationary holders? Fret not, we’ve found not 1, but 2 groovy stationary upcycle ideas using cereal boxes!
A painted pallet firewood holder on wheels, absolute genius! The real question is what can’t you turn a pallet into?!
While mason jars can be used for many things, hanging mason jars have always had a special place in our hearts. From vertical mason jar wall planters to storage for cotton balls, this integration is super versatile and really stands out!